Title: Something’s brewing
In this episode: There’s lots of new Ubuntu goodness and a fresh version of Firefox. Debian is to dump its old boot scripts and OwnCloud gets closer to replacing Google Docs. Ben’s writing a book and Solus OS is no more. Plus, we’ve got discoveries,
brains neurons, a ballot and… one, more, thing.
What’s in the show:
Things we found out in a week:
The Gods of Metal sent Robert Plant to cross Andrew’s path on his last day in the office.
cars and Bath Council fail.
CrunchBang Linux. It may look scary but it’s filled with awesome. Mike:
Bebo, a social networking site popular with children. Your ultra-fast video card memory can be used as
swap space. Ben:
Bikes are dangerous.
Vinux, a distribution for visually impaired users. You can do anything with 100 lines of
Python. The Part Where People Ask Us To Do Things:
This might be most effort we’ve put into a challenge since the old ‘write a games’ test many years ago.
Vocalise your Neurons:
Many thanks to
Phil for his thoughts on things. Get in touch via @LinuxLifestyle if you want to share your ideas for the next episode. Voice of the Masses:
Is Google’s grip on Android too tight?
And yes, there’s a one more thing.
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory and Mike Saunders.
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